There's a new circus rolling into town, and this one favors a big chop over the big top. As if food prices at such an event weren't horrifying enough, Jack Reher will be doing his damnedest to bring some freaky terror from author William Ollie's Sideshow to the screen.
Though it was just released earlier this month, we've learned that Jack Reher (Wet House, Red Machine) has already closed a deal to adapt Jon Bassoff's Corrosion into a feature film. The novel has been swooping up lots of critical acclaim, New York Magazine deeming it "brilliant."
Just a quick follow-up to this morning's story of a new director taking the helm of what was to be Thomas Jane's Wet House. After the announcement came, we did some digging, made a few calls, and now have an update for you.
It's been awhile since last we spoke about the upcoming flick Wet House, but today news broke of a new director taking the helm, which was originally supposed to belong to star Thomas Jane.
What do you know? We have yet another one-sheet here for you in promotion of the new Thomas Jane flick that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House, and this one is far more in our wheelhouse. Dig it!
Thomas Jane is back with a new genre film that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House, and we have the first bit of teaser art for you right here. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon.
It's been awhile since last we heard anything from Dread Central favorite Thomas Jane, but the man is back with a new genre film that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House. Read on for the first details.
Good news for those of you out there familiar with Sandor Stern's 1988 horror flick Pin! It looks as if there's a remake on the way, but fret not, this has Mr. Stern sitting pretty once again in the director's chair!
Another day, another comic book to film adaptation. It's really interesting to see Hollywood constantly mining the comics scene for the next hot property, but hey, we're not complaining. There's some really good stuff out there!
The world needs more killer bear movies. Not only is this a fact but it may be the only way to stifle Stephen Colbert's Keep Fear Alive Rally (Rally to Restore Sanity for the win).
Now that the debris from the great Saw sequel debacle has finally settled, we've been wondering what project Saw V director David Hackl would be tackling next. Finally some news has come.